Our Working at Heights Course gives candidates an outline of the awareness of dangers of working at height. Not only to those working above ground level but also those at ground level who may still be injured from a fall. For example, working alongside an unguarded inspection pit would be just as hazardous ‘working at height’ as there is the potential for a fall. Due care must also be given to colleagues and members of the public who may be injured on the ground by those working above.
Our Working at Heights qualification covers:
- Definition of Working at Heights.
- Risk assessment in relation to working at height.
- Health and Safety Executive (HSE) legislation applicable to the situation.
- Planning work, choosing equipment and basic maintenance and safety procedures.
- Hazard identification when working at height.
- The merits of risk assessment and safety inspections for all those who work at a height.
This Working at Heights course takes place over a ½ day.
Morning Courses run 9.30am – 12.30pm and Afternoon Courses run 1.00pm – 4.00pm.
All successful candidates will receive a certificate specifying their qualification shortly after attending their course.